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American University students’ passion and persistence pay off in competitive awards.
Seven students graduated from our new master’s in Media Entrepreneurship (MAME) in 2014. Here's what they thought of the program.
Jane Palmer, professiorial lecturer, will take part in a 42-month national study to assess the rate of violence against American Indian and Alaska Native women.
College students awarded competitive science fellowships, scholarships, and internships.
Printmaking exhibit includes work by Picasso, Durer, and Pissarro.
Bradley Hardy, assistant professor of public administration and policy, will study the effects of inequality on macroeconomic and financial imbalances.
Bob Durant, a fixture on the faculty for 11 years and one of the most active researchers in the field, will retire on December 31.
A forensic education blog included Richard Bennett on its list of the top 25 criminal justice professors in the country.
Gerry and Joni Sommer met on the stairs of Mary Graydon Center – and returned to commemorate it.
AU’s Pride Alumni Alliance is celebrating the LGBTQ and ally community. Learn about AU’s 50-year history of activism and what the future holds.
Andy MacCracken, SPA alum and a national advocate for college affordability, recently introduced President Obama before a speech on student loan debt.
Adam's, an adjunct professor for the Key Executive Leadership Programs, received the gold medal IPPY Award in the Education II category.
Three new female Kogod associate professors reflective of the school’s high percentage of women tenure and tenure-track faculty.
AU Literature Department professors discuss their favorite fiction.
Learn more about the suite of LGBT resources available through AU Library. Everything from the specialized collection at the Gender & Sexuality Library to the variety of streaming films relating to LGBT issues.
Ioli, adjunct professor for the Key Executive Leadership Programs, examines five common organizational ailments.
New research shows not all combat experiences lead to alcohol abuse.
Rybarczyk will study water access and government policies in Morocco to better understand the challenges of providing drinking water in rural areas.
Jimenez, a postdoctoral fellow at the School of Public Affairs, has been named a national finalist for the nation’s most prestigious program for leadership and public service.
Zachary Kopin is making the most of his time at AU—both on and off campus.